Top UK universities are pursuing this multi-talented girl from Visakhapatnam

Academic Prefect, Grade Topper, Science and Math Olympiad Champion, Spell Bee winner, and International MUN Delegate: this is Divya Sivani Bhyravajhala, a grade 12 student from Oakridge Visakhapatnam who recently received admission offers from the top UK universities such as the University of Manchester, University of Exeter, King’s College London, and the University of Bristol to study Politics, […]

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The role of background knowledge in education

Background knowledge, in other words, is a glue that sticks information and learning together. Believe it or not, when you have prior knowledge about a topic, you understand it better when you start reading about it. It plays an important role in a student’s life, reading comprehension especially in the school. If students don’t have […]

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The Forgetting Curve—and Changing its Shape

Forgetting curve is described as the decline of memory retention over time. Hermann Ebbinghaus, a German psychologist who pioneered the experimental study of memory, in 1885, coined the term Forgetting Curve, for explaining the exponential loss of information one has learned over time¹. Forgetting curve is quite relevant for students. On day 1, at the […]

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Six traits of good learner that a student can inculcate!

We are students throughout our life. Yet some of us learn better compared to others, and some of us possess qualities, which makes us better in our ability to learn effectively. Here are six traits of a good learner: 1) School Attendance: A good learner never misses even one school day. One school day missed […]

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